Fires Force California Residents to Abandon Homes
As the fires burn on in Southern California, more than a half-million people have been forced to leave their homes in the largest evacuation in the state's history — and the largest evacuation in the United States since Hurricane Katrina.
Danielle Duncan, Southern California resident evacuated from her home, currently staying in San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium
Mark Willis deputy chief of the Newton Fire Emergency Medical Services Department
Tricia Wachtendorf, assistant professor of sociology and on the faculty of the Disaster Research Center at the University of Delaware
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